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December Paperweights & New News!

The new news is that a new website is in the works for 2012. The new site will be easier to navigate and will feature a page where galleries can buy directly online. For collectors, a list of galleries where you can buy my work will be alongside information of upcoming shows where you can purchase my work. The blog will still be accessible, but it will be reformatted to include only posts about my life and paperweight shows and the animals I encounter in my backyard. The newest paperweights will be featured on the main site. Happy Holidays & Best wishes for 2012!
Clinton

Large Salamander weight. 1st LARGE weight encapsulated in Schott glass. 3 1/8 inches. First weight with signature cane on the bottom alongside signature etch. 

Large Salamander weight. 1st LARGE weight encapsulated in Schott glass. 3 1/8 inches. First weight with signature cane on the bottom alongside signature etch. 

1st weight with new vacuum pump. Signature cane also on the bottom.

1st weight with new vacuum pump. Signature cane also on the bottom.

1st weight with new vacuum pump. Signature cane also on the bottom.

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Delaware Valley Paperweight Collector's Association Weekend, July 16 & 17

Our table at the Delaware Valley Paperweight Collector's Association Meeting in Horsham, PA


Another Table Shot

Another Table Shot

Paperweights getting some attention!

Clinton with collector, Lee
Clinton starts his presentation

Presentation by Clinton Smith included a movie of the entire process of the making of a paperweight and a Key Note/Powerpoint presentation





Daniel Salazar gives his presentation


DVPCA President Toby Kruger

Don Formigli, Toby Kruger, William Pitt & Clinton Smith

Clinton Smith talks to fellow paperweight artist, Gordan Smith

Clinton Smith talks with Glass Artist Daniel Salazar



Don & Clinton

The Garden Party at the home of the England's. Boyd England's glass studio

Clinton Smith & Boyd England





Our hosts for the weekend, Deedee Dohan and Vice-President Andy Dohan

Katie Malone-Smith & Clinton Smith in the Dohan's beautiful gardens

Artists and members of the Paperweight Collector's Association at the home & studio of Glass Artist Paul Standard in Mantua, NJ

Clinton Smith & Glass Artist David Graeber in Paul Stankard's studio

Daniel Salazar, Paul Stankard, and Clinton Smith

Paul Stankard talks about his art



Paul Stankard takes the time to meet with fellow artist Clinton Smith to discuss his work.

A visit to Wheaton Village's Museum of American Glass 

Katie who is a school teacher loved the one room school house at Wheaton Village

Paperweight Gallery at Wheaton Village

Glass Studio at Wheaton Village


Clinton studies the glass at the museum


A trip to Hersey on the way back, just for fun!


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